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distance as we close out yet another week here in washington, d.c. in the region. >> we have something to look for word to this weekend. >> oh, yes. >> i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. >> all right. what are we looking forward to? >> your weather forecast. >> you looking for a party or something? >> maybe so. i have to talk to julie. she knows where the party is. it will be asony and bright day with less wind than yesterday. 37 at dulles. 38 at bwi marshall. these temperatures are cold. so jacket weather here or at least make an t feels like late fall. there is your satellite-radar. nice and quiet. our storm from yesterday is out of here. and finally some quieter weather really from washington up to boston. get down into the crimes, get out west toward chicago.
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we don't have anything going on. high pressure will keep things nice and dry. as that area of high pressure moves overhead and offshore tomorrow, we'll got a southerly wind. that will warm things up around here for the first time this month. our temperatures have been below average since the beginning of the month. and we'll get some does here with highs in the mid- to upper 60s by saturday and sunday and monday. so things are looking bright. 57 today in washington, 55 leonardtown. even 50s north and west. a good looking day. >> can't wait to get outside and attack that yard with the kids. >> all right. julie wright now to talk about the commute. >> i thought you were talking about a party. >> where's the party, julie. >> follow me, kids. follow me. >> the party goes where you go, basically. >> i am the party, honey. >> i know. >> on the roads, so far 270 is looking good. no problems to report leaving
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109 head the out towards the scales. northbound connecticut avenue at jones bridge, ongoing construct scheduled to last throughout the morning commute. only one lane getting by. eastbound 66 coming in out of manassas. no trouble spots to report. lanes are open. the pace is good headed in towards fair oaks. new york avenue quiet leaving bladensburg headed out to the tunnel. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. raffic. >> thank you. new this morning, a prince george's county man is recovering after being burned when his home caught on fire. the flames broke out around 7:30 last night along northern avenue. nearly 60 firefighters were called out to the scene and it took about an hour to put out the blaze. the victim in his 50s was taken to a burn unit in good ition. his home was destroyed. the cause of fire is still under investigation. a united airlines flight from denver to dulles international airport is safely on the ground after it had to
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make appear emergency landing. there are reports that a passenger was praying in the island wouldn't take a seat. state officials in virginia are being told to get ready for cuts to their bummettes by 4%en this is just in case congress can't agree on a solution to the looming fiscal cliff by the end of the year. today, president obama will make his first remark on the crisis since his re-election. sherry ly is live on capitol hill with the details. >> reporter: well, wisdom, it was the inability of congress to come to some sort of agreement on this that put us in this position. now, the nation faces recession unless lawmakers can find some sort of agreement. today n an address from the white house, the president will up the pressure on congress. without a deal to avert the so- called fiscal cliff, automatic tax increase and government spending cuts across the board would go into effect in
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january. the cuts would likely hit the d.c. region hardest given the large federal work force and a local economy largely built around the federal government. democrats want to let bush era tax breaks for the wealthiest americans expire while republicans prefer raising money through tax reform. leaders of both parties say they want to work together but as the president prepares to address the issue today, there is little time left. >> people making all this money have to contribute a little bit more. and all the exit polling, all the polling we've done, the vast majority of the american people support that including rich people. >> reporter: the balanced approach isn't balanced if it means higher taxes on small businesses that are the key to getting our economy moving again and keeping it moving. >> reporter: a new report by the congressional budget office says that if sequestration is allowed to happens, those automatic cuts and tax increases, that the nation would go back into a recession
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and unemployment would rise above 9%. certain entitlement programs such as social security and medicaid are exempt from any cuts that would be triggered. but just about everything else is on the table. that is the latest here on capitol hill. back to you. >> all right. thank you. checking more local headlines now. a montgomery county councilmember who survived cancer says there is too much cancer out there and wants to ban smoking in places owned by the county. nancy florine's proposal would cover all county owned or leased property and that includes parking garages and golf courses. a hearing is set for january 15th. a teenager is under arrest for the brutal tax and robbery of an 81-year-old woman in her northwest d.c. home. it happened wednesday afternoon inside a home on mckinley street. police say a masked man broke into the house through a window, punched the victim in the face and head and took an apple computer. the suspect is charged with first degree burglary. one neighbor believes he and his roommate stopped an
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attempted burglary of their landlady's house the same day. he says he doesn't know if the crimes are connected but is now worried about safety. >> based on research, this happened to be most safe and quiet neighborhood and we got surprised that someone tried to rob here. we are sorry a lot for the incident that happened to the lady. >> the elderly victim remains in the hospital. a guilty verdict for a charter bus driver accused in a deadly bus crash in virginia. he was convicted on four counts ever involunteer tar yea manslaughter. hi bus was headed to new york last may when it crashed killing four people and injuring dozens more. more than a dozen witnesses testified that chung was driving erratically before the bus swerved off the roadway. clint eastwood and his obama chair getting a republican for their money.
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>> up next, another actor trying to pull off his own version of this. up next, his conversation with invisible president obama.
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secretary of state hillary clinton honors ambassador chris stevens who was asass night in -- assassinated in libya. >> chris stevens was an inspiration to all who knew him during his life. he remains an inspiration now and i believe far into the future. >> lawmaker are stepping up demand for information about the attack on benghazi consulate. several congressional committees are holding classified hearings on the matter next week. opponents of same-sex marriage have conceded their race in washington state. that means washington joins maine and maryland as the first states to pass same-sex marriage by popular vote. six other states and d.c. already allow gay marriage but their laws were enacted either by lawmakers or court ruling.
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minnesota voters rejected a proposal constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. seven navy seals are in hot water after they are accused of giving classified information to the maker of a video game. a senior defense official says one of the seals was involved in the mission to kill on osama bin laden. now, they all received what the military calls nonjudicial punishment including temporary pay cuts and letters reprimanding their behavior. in the upcoming movie, lincoln, daniel day lewis steps into the shoes of a former president. but at the awards in beverly hills, he stepped into the shoes of fellow actor clint eastwood. when he went on stage to receive his award, brought an empty chair and decided to talk to the chair like it was president obama like eastwood did at the republican convention. >> i have to say that i'm so extremely grateful and glad that taking time out of his very busy schedule, the
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recently re-elected president of this country was able to make it here tonight. >> many my remember eastwood talked to an empty chair that represented president obama at the gop convention back in august. >> the chair lives on. >> it does. the eastwooding continues. could d.c.'s skyline be getting a radical new look? up next, details of what some developers are calling for. >> got some cold temperatures to start your morning. upper 30s and low 40s. going to be a beautiful friday afternoon. julie wright has a look at your traffic as well. we'll do it right after the break.
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it is 5:15 on this friday. we're taking a live look at reagan national airport this morning. shouldn't be any dethraiz trying to get out of here. it will be a pretty nice day when we get going here. right, tucker in. >> it will be a beautiful day. our temperatures in the mid- 50s. lots of sunshine, less wind than yesterday. good-looking friday, better looking weekend. >> can't beat it. >> a nice warm-up. we haven't done temperatures in the 60s so far this month. >> we haven't? >> i guess it is fairly early in november though. >> yesterday turned into a nice afternoon. it was a little breezy yi --
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breezy but the temperatures made it to the 50s. look at your current temperatures, it has gotten cold again, of course. clear skies overnight. temperatures bottoming out at the moment. 43 in washington. 37 this morning in gaithersburg. 39 in leonardtown. just looking for freezing temperatures. getting close in culpeper, 346789 if you've got it on your map. -- getting close in culpeper, 34, if you ever a got it on your map. we'll be a little bit on the cool side. our average daytime high for today would still be in the low 60s. we're headed in the right direction. we should a beautiful weekend setting up. high pressure keeping us a little on the cool side this morning and then we'll warm up this afternoon with bright sunshine that. area of high pressure slips to our south overnight and that allows the southerly winds to
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pick up tomorrow and then we're off and running. by tomorrow afternoon, back into the 60s for the first time in november and then well into the 60s, close to 70 around here by sunday and monday. get ready to enjoy a nice stretch of weather. lots of sunshine, beautiful afternoon. 57, winds are north and west at five to 10. and the accu-weather seven-day forecast. 55 tomorrow. mild conditions, veterans day on sunday looks fantastic. upper 60s, close to 70 both sunday and monday. and it looks like our next chance for showers is on tuesday. it will be cooler behind our next cold front wednesday and thursday. let's do some traffic and say hi to julie and find out what julie is doing this weekend. >> skyfall, of course. you're not going to see the bond movie. >> i think i'm going with tony today. >> you are agoing with tony is? >> i don't have that many friends. >> wisdom, i'm waiting for a comment from the man on the set
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right now. just make sure he buys you popcorn. make sure. connecticut avenue, here at 410, the east-west highway, the lanes are open. we do have construction approaching jones bridge. that will be in place. least one lane getting by. only one lane getting by on the northbound side of connecticut avenue. outer loop here, no problems to report as you continue through silver spring. southbound 95 at 295 quiet traveling between bwi and laurel. you will find northbound i-95 good to go. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. imetraffic. appear architect firm in columbia, maryland known for building communities is now doing its part to help rebuild a community after superstorm sandy. walden studio architects is loading up a truck with food, clothes and tries splices to send to the vic fipples in -- and supplies to send to the victims in new york and new jersey.
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>> you do something like that and everybody just cares and everybody wants to participate and be a part of it. and all that other stuff just goes to the side. >> now, thurston is no stranger to helping those in need. she went down to new orleans after hurricane katrina to help rebuild homes there. a rare moment of emotion from president obama all caught on tape this happens when the president was tanking his staffer at campaign head quarters in chicago wednesday. >> what you guys have done, the work that i'm doing, and i'm really proud of that. i'm really proud and -- [applause] applause] >> the president told staffers, many of whom are in their 20s, that their life's journey is just beginning and he knows many of them will accomplish great things in their lives. back to politics now, mitt romney was reportedly shell
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shocked at losing the election. that is how one advisor described. it the campaign first got hint when campaign workers started reporting huge turnouts in areas favorable to obama and then came the early exit polls showing big support for the president. it wasn't until the polls closed and several battleground states went to the president that concern turned into alarm. the boston globe reported that romney campaign believed so much that it would win that an eight high pressure minute forks display was set to go off over boston harbor. inauguration preps are already under way, part of the west side of the capital already blocked off. risers are going up and a platform is being built. planners will meet over the next two months to discuss security and crowd control. four years ago, the inauguration crowd was the largest ever on the national mall. there is no estimate yet for this january's ceremony. imagine d.c.'s skyline with
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sky crepers. a house committee plans to look in into this particular issue. republican congressman darryl issa chairs the house oversight committee. buildings in d.c. can only be about 12 stories high. congress passed the high law in 1910 and the law is still on the books. some say the law is antiquated and easing the height restricts could spur new communities. but preservationists say they will fight any changes. our nation's service members can eat for free on veteran's day. darden restaurants is rolling out special offers. olive garden will have a special entre. longhorn steak house is offering a complimentary texas tunyan and an alcoholic beverage. veterans need to show proof of service. is adding wine
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to its stock list now. the online retail giant is launching amazon wine just in time for the holiday season. shoppers can find a selection of thousands of wines in a dozen different states. but for now, only residents in a handful of states and d.c. with order wine through amazon. you can basically get anything on amazon now. >> the worldwide web. >> you wouldn't have to leave -- well, tucker, within reason, basically anything. >> what's wrong with him? >> i don't know. we know what's wrong with him. >> we'll talk about the new james bond movie because it hits theaters today. up next, we'll talk to the bad guy, javier bardem or whatever his name is. >> that's right. >> he sat down with kevin mccarthy. some students showing off their biblical powers, walking on water. we'll explain when we return.
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welcome back. javier bardem is back as the bad guy in the new james bond movie. >> he talked with kevin mccarthy about how he gets into character to play this bad guy role. >> you have a great balance of being like -- almost like quirky, scary, a monster at times. where do you find that balance and not go too overboard on the
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funny side. >> sam brought ideas on how to approach those scenes. we played those scenes differently with different approaches to. different tones to it. and then he put it together in a way he thought it was going to be more complex, in the sense that you're saying. >> as an actor, let's say you're having like a bad day in real life. how do you go on set and stay perfectly if line with the character and not let like personal things get into your mind when you are playing a part? >> a good question about how do we all do that in our jobs. we are always affected by our life. but i guess one of the things that helps you whether you are creating a fiction is to really get lost in the fiction a little bit so you have some holidays from your own self. in this case, it was easy and pleasant and enjoyable. some other cases, it may not be like that.
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you have to put yourself in a different place in order to perform. >> if this character, this villain of yours could be dropped into a previous bond film and you could have been that villain against another bond, who do you think you would have most fun with? >> i would like to go to the sean connery era because also, when we were doing the movie, we knew this movie celebrates 50 years of bond. so we want to bring a little bit of the classic flavor to the bond feeling in some ways. that is the era where we're thinking about, the early ones. >> i can't believe you didn't know him. >> i've never seen that guy before in my life. >> he is really good. he was in eat, pray love which i know you wouldn't have watched. >> was there any blowing up in that no violence? >> no bad guys. >> okay. >> no, he is great. >> well, kevin joins us in
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studio in the next hour with his reviews of skyfall and lincoln. i can't wait to hear about lincoln as well. >> james bond, my favorite james bond guy was sean connery. >> he was the best. >> he was the best out of all the james bond. now, every one of them comes short. >> i want to see this one though. >> daniel craig is good. he is just no sean connery. the saying goes every vote counts. one politician learned that lesson all too well. >> the one vote that should have put him over the top. instead, it might cost him the election. but up next, we are checking all of our top stories plus your weather and traffic. stay with us.
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